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  • Crash - HousePriceWiki
    base rates resources books blog wiki forum boss Navigation Main Page Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Crash Redirect to Will there be a house price crash Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Crash oldid 2144 About us Contact us Glossary Link to us Media Privacy Policy Stats

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  • Gordon Brown - HousePriceWiki
    In late 2007 it was widely reported that he would hold an election quickly however he realised that the economy was going badly wrong and that if he lost he would have been the shortest Prime Minister ever While Tony Blair will be remembered for spin and the illegal Iraq war Gordon will be remembered for robbing pension funds by imposing a stealth tax and for Northern Rock See also

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  • Negative equity - HousePriceWiki
    it simply negative equity occurs when the size of your mortgage is bigger than the value of your house This occurred in the early 90 s after the last house price crash and people who bought leading up to the peak were left with negative equity for years to come An example of negative equity House is valued at 100 000 Mortgage on the property is 150 000 Amount of

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  • Investing abroad - HousePriceWiki
    it has made house prices in other countries seem attractive when compared to Britain The interest rates in Europe are currently substantially lower than that of the UK making a euro mortgage that much cheaper People who have been bitten by the property bug have been keen to find the next up and coming place and have been investing in even relatively unstable countries in the hope of large capital

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  • Investing abroad - HousePriceWiki
    UK it has made house prices in other countries seem attractive when compared to Britain The interest rates in Europe are currently substantially lower than that of the UK making a euro mortgage that much cheaper People who have been bitten by the property bug have been keen to find the next up and coming place and have been investing in even relatively unstable countries in the hope of large

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  • Investing abroad - HousePriceWiki
    UK it has made house prices in other countries seem attractive when compared to Britain The interest rates in Europe are currently substantially lower than that of the UK making a euro mortgage that much cheaper People who have been bitten by the property bug have been keen to find the next up and coming place and have been investing in even relatively unstable countries in the hope of large

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  • Investing abroad - HousePriceWiki
    UK it has made house prices in other countries seem attractive when compared to Britain The interest rates in Europe are currently substantially lower than that of the UK making a euro mortgage that much cheaper People who have been bitten by the property bug have been keen to find the next up and coming place and have been investing in even relatively unstable countries in the hope of large

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  • Investment - HousePriceWiki
    pension fund companies then have no choice but to go out and find property projects in which to invest in This is also the case for property unit trusts OEIC s and investment trusts At the time of writing April 2006 most of the large property funds are currently running and high cash levels of around 20 which is much higher than the long term average simply because there is too much money flowing into this asset class If you move down the scale to the medium size companies then the range of property investment becomes more diverse with more of a reliance on turning projects around quickly for a profit Many of these companies are looking for short to medium term returns on their investment rather that medium to long term Private developers Buy to Let This covers all the buy to let investors who either do this as a full time job or do it in addition to having a full time job and fit in developing around evenings weekends and holidays This is the area which has seen the biggest growth with the number of buy to let mortgage increasing from 120 300 in 2001 to a staggering 701 900 in 2005 This is without doubt the biggest factor in the current housing bubble which has been fuelled by the availability of cheap credit and low interest rates Secondary property investment It is also possible to invest in the housing market without getting your hands dirty There are a range of Unit trusts OEIC s Investment Trusts and various other property investment schemes to choose from You can also invest directly in the shares of house builders mortgage lenders or commercial developers Cash savings Cash can be invested in a wide range of savings account ranging from

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